Venediktova discusses with National Reform Council ways to reduce pressure on business

Venediktova discusses with National Reform Council ways to reduce pressure on business

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Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova has held a meeting with representatives of the National Reform Council and business associations to discuss ways to reduce pressure on business and increase its trust in law enforcement agencies, according to the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office.

"On Thursday, May 21, 2020, a meeting was held in the Office of the Prosecutor General with representatives of business and its associations, which was attended by MPs of Ukraine, representatives of the National Reform Council, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Reform Council Mikheil Saakashvili, representatives of the European Business Association, the Union of Ukrainian Entrepreneurs, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine, CEO Club Ukraine, BUSINESS 100, and the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association,” reads the statement.

Venediktova informed about the planned reforms and changes in the Office of the Prosecutor General and shared her vision of protecting business from excessive pressure of law enforcement agencies.

She also initiated an additional meeting with representatives of the National Reform Council, government officials and legislators to create a "road map" to return assets to the state, in particular, to develop a clear and rapid legal mechanism for this process.

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